Food

We believe mealtimes are the most important part of every resident's day and good food is the greatest pleasure in life. We pay special attention to ensuring that not only are our meals nutritionally balanced but are also delicious and that special dietary requirements are catered for.
Our menus reflect our residents' choices so as to provide them with food that they are comfortable with, but at the same time ensuring that they are nutritionally balanced.

Our expert catering team can meet a wide variety of therapeutic and cultural needs, for example:

Allergies - residents with food intolerance will be on diets that are complementary to their needs
Low weight - residents who are losing weight or have lost weight may have their food fortified or high-calorie & high-protein diets to be implemented
Dementia - those with dementia may require finger foods or soft diets. We would also ensure that residents are assisted during meal times if required
Diabetics - require a varied healthy diet rich in fruit, vegetables and starchy carbohydrates but low in sugar and saturated fat

Mouth Watering Meals

The meals are carefully balanced for those suffering from Dementia. Nutrition is the key factor and the food contains all health benefit elements with the loss of taste. All kind of soft foods and recipes pertaining to specific taste are prepared in the centre. The serving staff and the chefs follow an innovative approach with a special focus on presentation, hygiene and food quality. Assistance in facilitating to eat well is our major concern and the staff is especially attentive to this task. But unnecessary intervention does not take place in order to respect the resident's independence and self-confidence.

A healthy balanced diet is essential for Services Users.

Our varied diet plans contain and provide all the nutrients & minerals required to stay fit & healthy
such as:

Vitamin B: Whole-grain cereals, bread, red meat, egg yolks, green leafy vegetables, sweet corn, brown rice, berries and yeast.
Vitamin C: Fruits and vegetables such as oranges, melons, blackcurrants, and grapes. Tomatoes, peppers and Brussels sprouts.
Calcium: Milk, Cheese, yoghurt, margarine & oily fish
Vitamin D: Margarine, oily fish
Zinc: Chicken, meat & fish
Iron: Liver, Red meats, oily fish, nuts, pulses & breakfast cereals
Carbohydrates: Bread, rice, pasta, cereals and white sugar
Protein: Milk, eggs, lean meat, chicken and fish.
Low Saturated Fat intake

About Morley Manor


Our Facilities

  • Respite
  • Home for people sufferring from Dementia
  • Food & Accommodation
  • Clean & Hygienic Facilities
  • Garden
  • Spacious, Secured, Comfortable and peaceful Environment
  • Convalescence
  • EMI

About Morley Manor

Morley Manor is a person-centred, progressive care home ideally suited for residents suffering with dementia.  The care home has been fully renevated to modern standards and offers well equipped with comprehensive amenities helpful to the elderly. The facility is situated in Morley on the outskirts of Leeds near the M62 with easy access to Batley, Dewsbury and Bradford

 

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Brunswick Street, Morley, Leeds, West Yorkshire, LS27 9DL


Call: 0113 253 0309

Fax: 0113 2897973

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